Furthur Live at Madison Square Garden on 2011-11-10
November 10, 2011
Madison Square Garden
Taper's Section DFC, behind Soundboard
New York City, NY, USA
Phil Lesh - bass
Bob Weir - guitar & vocals
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards
John Kadlecik -guitar & vocals
Joe Russo - drums
Sunshine Becker- Vocals
Jeff Pehrson- Vocals
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Recorded at 48 kHz 16 bit
Ramble on Rose
Tennessee Jed>* - with Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams
Uncle John's Band>* - Larry on Fiddle
Eyes of the World>
So Many Roads* - Larry on Fiddle
Box of Rain* - Larry on Fiddle
Other One*> - Larry in Guitar
St. Stephen*> - Larry on Guitar
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning>* - Teresa Williams
Fire on the Mountain*> - Larry on Guitar
Sunshine Daydream* - Larry on Guitar
E: Attics of My Life* - Larry & Teresa
Taped by Jeremy Banaszewski
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|Ramble on Rose|
|Uncle John's Band>|
|Eye's of the World>|
|So Many Roads|
|Box of Rain|
|The Other One>|
|Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning>|
|Fire On the Mountain>|
|Encore: Attics of My Life|
- 2011-11-12 17:32:25
- Nakamichi JB-Mod CM-300 CP-1> XLR> Oade Digimod UA5>NOMAD JB3> audacity (amplify db)> CD wave
- New York City, NY
- Taped by
- Jeremy Banaszewski
- Transferred by
- Jeremy Banaszewski
- Madison Square Garden
Subject: 40 Years and Going Strong
In a move uncharacteristic of this particular venue, not only was this 40th anniversary show spectacular and nostalgic of my first (same venue - December, 1971), but we did experience a true act of kindness!
When my 13 year-old son had trouble seeing over the standing crowd on the floor, I asked an usher for a stool. He looked at us, sized us up, and said grab your stuff and follow me.
He proceeded to escort us to two empty seats in front of the first row (presumably for the goons), and gave instructions that those were now our seats, and that he would be back several times to check on us. He kept his word.
Hardly his first show, this one moved my son brightly. After JK and Larry put on a perfect dueling UJB, JK belted-out a heartfelt So Many Roads which, from Row -1 prompted my son to remark; "Dad, if I ever met Robert Hunter, I'd probably be speechless and just hug him."
Need I say more? This remains one of the all-time best Furthur shows that I have seen - and that covers quite a few.
Enjoy the ride...
Subject: Magic Garden
Second set was rip roaring - with the added spice of Theresa Williams doing some special vocals on Lamps trimmed and Burning. Special things happen in New York.
Subject: st stephen chains jam
Subject: Great Show
The shows in November have all sounded great - and I wish that I could have caught one. But this is truly a joy to listen to - love the crowd singing to Box of Rain, got to appreciate the energy of a MSG show, and have to enjoy hearing Larry Campbell. He was great with Phil & Friends and is great here.
As for the noise around Phil's singing, "fake jerry," etc, folks should just relax and soak up the music. I - like most on this post - have seen the Grateful Dead, The Dead, The Other Ones, Phil Lesh & Friends, Furthur (from the 1st show), Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia Band, etc. They all add something special to the music. It is still living, moving, changing after all these years. Each incarnation puts its own stamp on an incredible catalog of song. That is all part of what makes it so great.
I hope everyone has a GREAT THANKSGIVING!
Subject: First post-Dead show I really loved
Subject: Great music
Saw this set list last week and could tell this was a great show. Then read the reviews and that was confirmed.
Listening to the recording today and am not disappointed.......tons of energy and groovin.
Interesting as I am listening to Scarlet and it sounds just like an old favorite MSG tape I have from 1981.
The "sound" meaning the building, the music and the crowd and how it all meshes. Pretty cool.
Just a continuation of this thing that I hope never ends........Furthur then you gone before......
Subject: @ bigfolkie and MikeVA
MikeVA- Thanks for the info! I looked him up, and you're right, he's a beast! (in a good way). I also found this great furthur vid with his great guitar work on youtube- http://www.youtube.com/user/cosmiccarl#p/search/39/Pg_9gHmGgwU
Again, smokin' show!
Subject: more Unbroken Chain...
Subject: UNBROKEN CHAIN
Subject: stellar show
Subject: What a great sounding show!
Subject: rmaeglin first show?...shaddup and listen
Subject: Another Great MSG Show
So much energy and imagination. Love the thought that goes into some of these set lists Sugar Mag > Scarlet Begonias opening and Fire >Sunshine Daydream closing. I never heard an Attics of My Life that I did not love, but this one was one to remember... so many great voices and they all nailed it.
Subject: further @MSG is great
Subject: Excellent Show!
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